I've got to admit, this stuff is so cool - professional overclockers "HiCookie" and "Christian Ney" have just made world records for G.Skill, using their latest flagship memory series, the TridentX Extreme Performance Memory Series.
Earlier this month, HiCookie first teased the world with an official memory clock score on HWBot.org, showing off the world's fastest memory frequency with DDR3 speeds at a blistering 3,354MHz with Ultra-Low CAS Latency CL11. All of this was done on Intel's Ivy Bridge-based Core i7 3770K CPU and Gigabyte's Z77X-UD4H motherboard.
Just a few days later, Christian Ney beat his own personal world memory frequency record on the AMD platform, using G.Skill's TridentX memory and pushing it to an insane DDR3 3,900MHz using another Gigabyte board, the GA-A75-UD4H. VP of G.Skill, Bill Wang, has said:
Despite being world's fastest RAM manufacturer, G.Skill will continue to strive for first-class quality at a most competitive pricing to the market.
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